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Ken Buck called Donald Trump a "fraud" and said that "Trump's proposal (to ban all Muslims) violates the Constitution, the values of our nation, the Republican Party platform, and my conscience." That was in December. Mr. Buck was correct. But now Congressman Buck expects you to vote for Donald Trump; this fraud, this unconstitutional bigot, this violator of national values.
If Trump doesn't behave, "there are remedies," said Buck, calling Buck a "strong person" who has "never been tested in office
But Glenn wouldn't talk to Marcus. And The Denver Post's John Frank has been trying to talk to Glenn about his abortion stance
Today, the stakes are higher than ever. Woods' district will likely determine control of Colorado state government, and Woods
But, unfortunately for Graham, he already won over the three pro-choice Republicans with his other stands, like his support
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell waded into Colorado politics Saturday, telling KNUS 710's Craig Silverman that
Other high-profile Republicans in Colorado don't share Woods' enthusiasm. Even a brash politician, like former CO Secretary
We're not seeing much support for Donald Trump from local politicians, but there's one Colorado Republican who was openly saying Trump was one of her two favorite presidential candidates.
During his failed U.S. Senate run, Ken Buck called for its closure. So did loser U.S. Senate candidate Jane Norton. Failed
"My name is Tim Neville, and I'm the pro-Life candidate running for the nomination to take on and defeat Democrat Michael Bennet in November 2016." That's how Neville, who's considered the frontrunner in the Republican U.S. Senate primary, describes himself in a recent fundraising email.
Colorado Congressman Ken Buck likes to sound like a Tea Party extremist on talk radio and then go back to Washington and compromise. And talk radio hosts don't seem to care. But in Washington, Buck compromises.
I am running for Congress because there there is currently no one in Congress who represents the interests of the majority of people who live in Colorado's Fourth Congressional District (CD4). In fact, Eastern Colorado has not had a voice in Congress for most of the past 40 years.
"[Capitol Police Board] regulations ... specifically provide that members of Congress may maintain firearms within the confines
In standing with House Speaker John Boehner on Friday to (temporarily) avert the shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security, Colorado's new Republican congressman, Ken Buck, has apparently had second thoughts about his pledge to shut down DHS if necessary to stop Obama from allowing some immigrants to avoid deportation.